Seashells Café is a popular place to hang out and enjoy the fabulous view. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, coffee & cake…
Cafe and shop
With its absolute beach front location our very own Seashells Café is open daily for breakfast, lunch and special events. Guests, locals and visitors to Cervantes are welcome to enjoy a tasty meal prepared by one of our experienced in-house cooks in a casual and relaxed seaside environment.
Options range from light snacks to hearty meals, healthy options or a delicious sweet treat to spoil yourself. Our trained baristas serve a range of refreshing hot and cold beverages.
Breakfast is served on the terrace daily and includes a selection of yummy breakfast options such as raisin toast, croissants, smashed avocado and goats milk fetta delights, natural wild foods, muesli, BLTs, or a great old fashioned eggs & bacon plus plenty more.
We also cater for customised group lunches, morning/afternoon teas and special events (bookings essential). Private sundowner events on the Seashells Café terrace watching the sun go down over the Indian Ocean are a popular choice for private celebrations and small group events.
Our café is on the foreshore of Ronsard Bay overlooking an amazing Coral Coast vista. It’s located at the front of the RAC Cervantes Holiday Park reception and shop.
Our Lunch menu offers home-made quiche, our famous cheese burgers, vegetarian friendly salads, fish & chips, wraps, a selection of kids meals and plenty more options to keep you guessing and coming back for more.
Our on-site Shop is here for your convenience
To complement our Seashells Café, our onsite Shop sells a variety of souvenirs, hats, fishing tackle, bait, ice, lollies, juices, cool drinks, ice-cream and small selection of grocery items. Looking for a gift or a little present for yourself – we have a range of cards, chocolates, soaps, candles, artworks and more available, many of which are locally made or WA made products.
Perfect if you just want to stay in the Park or on the beach for the day and relax without having to get in the car…